As faculty prepare their assessments (called quizzes in Canvas) to be delivered online, we are frequently asked for help with preventing cheating by students. There is no way (in class or online) to guarantee that students aren’t cheating, but there are various ways you can make your quizzes more secure.
Our advice covers three aspects:
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- Ensuring students are aware of the College’s Academic Dishonesty Policy
- Creating Canvas quizzes with settings that maximize security
- Utilizing a custom browser (Respondus LockDown) that locks a testing environment within Canvas
This blog is supported by your colleagues in CIT’s Educational Technologies with a goal of providing a meaningful insight into the intersection of pedagogy and technology. We hope to explore facets of education and technology going on both in the world abroad and locally at Geneseo. Hopefully, you will find the material to come interesting and useful. If not, let us know what you would like to hear about!
To clear up any confusion in advance, this site is not intended to be tech support. Yes, we are housed within CIT, but, desktop support issues can be best addressed through our HelpDesk or by putting in a Ticket. We’re about solving different types of problems. While much of what we hope talk about will relate to our Learning Management System’s use in one fashion or another, questions and concerns of a technical nature are best addressed by emailing your Canvas Support Team or visiting our many Self-Help Guides on the topic. Even better, become a member of the (very active) Canvas Community!